About This Sixth Scale Figure
"An Imperial probe droid. It's a good bet the Empire knows we're here."
Joining the Star Wars Collectibles Sixth Scale collection, Sideshow is proud to present the Imperial Probe Droid. First introduced in the opening scenes of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, this tenacious spy sets intergalactic war back in motion upon locating the Rebel Alliance base, hidden on the icy surface of the planet Hoth.
The immense Imperial Probe Droid Sixth Scale Figure is packed with personality. Ominous black eye lenses, brilliant light up features, and a squawk box loaded with garbled transmission sound effects distinguish the Probot with a dramatic, and less than friendly, impression. Designed for searching, scanning and sampling, the diligent patrol unit has a wide range of motion with a rotating dome, retractable antennae, and fully articulated manipulator arms. Just be cautious when handling; they're armed with blasters, and in some cases they've been known to self-destruct.
What's in the Box?
The Imperial Probe Droid Sixth Scale Collectible Figure specially features:
- Articulated legs
- Light-up eye
- Probe Droid communication sound
- Blaster with articulation
- Extending antennae
- Base with support rod
Additional Details & Dimensions
- Product Size
- 17" H (431.8mm) x 7.5" W (190.5mm) x 7.5" L (190.5mm)*
- Box Size
- 7.00" H (177.8mm) x 19.00" W (482.6mm) x 22.00" L (558.8mm)*
- Product Weight
- 1.00 lbs (0.45 kg)*
- Dimensional Weight
- 13.0000 lbs*
- Int'l Dim. Weight
- 22.0000 lbs*
* Size and weight are approximate values.
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Must of had a self destruct!
Thank you Sideshow for the third release of this, I was glad to get a brand new version as the legs and details are very fragile, great movie piece, we want more droids please. Keep up the excellent work.
— Heath Newman
The Droid is even better than what i was expecting. the added sound and lights was a bonus. But instructions were terrible.
— Adrien Vermande
Great piece...lousy instructions.
Got it! Really like it. The instructions were pretty useless in regards to the positioning of the many arms . Look up online pictures of the film prop to understand the angle and direction the arms should be inserted. But it's definitely a cool add. Also bigger than you might think.
— A Viewer